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Surveillance radar MSSR
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Delivering unmatched, proven and sustainable solutions for enhanced air traffic surveillance to service providers worldwide As the world’s skies become more congested, it has become vital to manage all air traffic effectively in order to ensure its safety, security and successful operation. Since pioneering the world’s first Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar (MSSR) system, Collins Aerospace's low maintenance and long-life MSSR technology has proved a global success with installations across the UK, U.S., North Africa, Middle-East, South-East Asia, etc. The company is a major supplier of MSSR system technology and the only UK manufacturer of civil air traffic control (ATC) radars. Collins has been instrumental in the development of radar, from the wartime Chain Home early warning system to inventing the first Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar (MSSR). Find out how Collins delivers Air Traffic Management Systems in more than 45 countries as well as learn about its most advance MSSR to-date in this video. Condor Mk3 MSSR is Collins Aerospace's next-generation Mode S MSSR system. This innovative, new, low-cost, high-probability detection radar brings together indigenous state-of-the-art surveillance technologies to provide cutting-edge, reliable, hardware to air traffic operators around the world. A next-generation solution built on the excellent pedigree of the company’s successful Condor Mk2, the Mk3 introduces enhanced features such as a high-duty cycle transmitter and built-in ADS-B advanced decoding capability. Collins' ADS-B patented decoding algorithms ensure superior performance in the most harsh environments.



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